Standard alien home invasion movie. A couple of unique touches, but nothing to make the movie to leave an impression. J.K. Simmons has a meaty supporting role, and he’s dynamite as usual.
A young soldier returns home from Vietnam the very night his family has been notified of his death and like many others before him, war has changed him. A creepy, effective horror film for director Bob Clark and the first film of makeup effects guru, Tom Savini. Great aging and decaying from the master.
I’m not 100% sure, but I think this movie is based on actual events. If not, it seems pretty authentic and plausible. I mean, Roger Corman isn’t known for schlock. The actors in this movie put on a clinic and I’ll bet ILM shit their pants when they saw these effects. This movie made me sad.
You know what? I can’t even be bothered. This movie is a pile of baked horseshit. I can’t believe I watched the whole thing.
I must open this review with a warning. If you’re only interest in this film lays in the hopes of some hot basement related action, you will be sorely disappointed. Within this review’s intro, I have literally exceeded the number of times the word “basement” is actually uttered in the movie. I’ve now said it …
A young woman receives a grant to study the habits web-chat users on a Chatroulette type site and along the way she witnesses a murder. The best thing I can say about this movie is that it’s not terrible. The gimmick of having almost the entire movie from the point of view of a webcam …
Gleefully violent and tremendously bizarre French Sci-Fi/Horror about a doomsday comet approaching earth resulting in human aggression followed by mutation. Movie doesn’t start moving until the halfway point when there is a 100% certified, call to your friends, WTF moment and then shit gets real. A Scream Factory release so it has automatic street cred.
Pulsating neo-noir film. The movie is just an endless stream of interesting vignettes punched up with random occurrences of ultra-violence. Gosling’s strong performance is matched by a talented supporting ensemble cast with Albert Brooks and Oscar Issac being standouts. Riveting entertainment.
A fun and clever corporate espionage flick. Lots of twists and double-crosses along the way. Terrific chemistry between the two leads and it also features one of the best opening credit sequences you’ll ever see.
The dream team casting of Treat Williams and Joe Piscopo was finally realized for this horror-action-comedy. Filled to the brim with good ol’ clean ’80s fun, camp and violence. It doesn’t take itself too serious nor should it. Silliness abound.